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Learn how to share the gospel effectively while staying true to your own character and respecting others.
More than 90 percent of churchgoers today don’t feel equipped in evangelism. Are you one of them?
Acts 29 is a workbook that teaches you how to effectively communicate the gospel. With a topical Bible study, memorization tools, and discussion questions, it removes intimidation and awkwardness, allowing you to reach out while respecting others.
A great leader's resource, Acts 29 will equip you to share the gospel.
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Chris Kovac offers a wonderful tool for sharing your faith with the book Acts 20 The Mission Continues A course in sharing your faith. This workbook provides a detailed study in how to share your faith with others.
Next is "Sowing" this chapter will cover how to start planting the seed of salvation in the souls of the lost. After you sow you can begin the "Harvesting" this is the final step to leading one to salvation. Then after you harvest you can begin to Multiplying.
Each study lesson begins with prayer, has memorization verse, and an area to dig deeper into the scripture.
This workbook provides many other additional resource to continue your journey into helping others find the Lord. A prefect workbook for a group or alone. You will be armed with the tools need to lead other to the Lord. Would recommend for anyone wanting to learn how to share your salvation with others.
8/11/2010 3:09:04 PM
At first glance of the title of the work-book, “Acts 29″, one might be a bit puzzled, and think to themselves, “There is no Acts 29!” Well, that is correct, but the author was probably trying to get you, the reader and student, to think and maybe even wondered, how many people really know and read “their” Bible!
“Acts 29″, written by Chris Kovac, is very creative in not just it’s title, but also throughout the book with each of the 11 studies, which are broken down into four stages; 1.) Cultivating, 2.) Sowing, 3.) Harvesting, and 4.) Multiplying. If you notice each of these stages has to do with increasing the “Body of Christ”, and how you do this in stages or steps.
This book is designed for small group study, church study, or even individual study. The author was very unique in making it compatible for everyone, and I liked that a lot. Many work-books are either designed for a group study, or individual study only. It is nice to have the option to use the book for an individual study or group study.
As per FTC guidelines, I must state that I was given a complimentary copy of “Acts 29” from Nav Press Publishers in exchange for my review. My opinions are expressly my own, and are never influenced in any way, due to receiving this copy of the book from the publisher.
8/4/2010 6:05:14 PM
If you have ever read the book of Acts, you know the feeling of reading the last chapter, Acts 28, and wanting to know more. It might seem as if the story isn't finished. What happens next? This is where this tool picks up. Acts 29: The Mission Continues - A Course in Sharing Your Faith (Acts 29)is an excellent resource for continuing the story of Acts.
Depending on where you look, research indicates that as much as 90% to 98% of church goers never share their faith. There is a disconnect between what they say they believe, how they live, and what they say to others. Acts 29 is designed for personal or small group study to guide a believer through a process of understanding evangelism and equip them to fulfill the Great Commission.
The workbook is designed for 11 weeks (plus an introduction) with 5 days of 'exercises' and study. It is full of charts and progress helps. It combines Bible study, Scripture memorization with practical application.
Overall, I believe this would be a great tool for those who feel uncomfortable sharing their faith with others. Not everyone will like the 'workbook' style nor daily work, but imagine the change if there was an increase of 8% in the number of believers sharing their faith, bringing that estimated number to 10% -12%. Imagine if we would quit making excuses, become obedient, and allow ourselves to be part of an evangelism movement!
Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from NavPress Publishers as part of their Blogger Review Program. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commision's 16 CFR, Part 255: "Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising."
8/4/2010 8:06:30 AM
Acts 29 The Mission Continues, A course in sharing your Faith, by Chris Kovac.
This work book captured my attention because I was pretty sure there was no acts 29 in the Bible, I even looked to make sure!! to your amazement what the Author has us do is write act 29 using our own life story.
This book is about building and sharing the readers faith and how to become soul winners, he brakes the lessons down into four steps, step one is cultivating, step two is sowing, step three is harvesting, and step four is multiplying. he teaches these steps by using scripture to enhance each lesson.
I would highly recommend this work book for small study groups for I feel a person needs some guidance when working with this book.
I was provided a review copy by Nav press but in no way does this alter my opinion of this book
8/3/2010 8:22:08 AM
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I recently received Acts 29, Bible Study from NavPress. Author Kovac, walks the reader through the process of knowing your faith and giving steps to help you develop your faith story. He guides the reader in scripture memorization, a bible study and a faith step for each lesson. And all these together, help the reader grasp their faith and how to tell their story to the world. Each lesson is a week-long (5 days worth of material with questions and Scripture to read). He outlines goals and objectives that the reader will reach at the beginning and will help you stay accountable to finishing the study.
I think this would be a great study to do as a small group. I think discussion of the topics Kovac brings up would not only help develop our study even more but bring a small group together and encourage each other in our walk of faith. This is an in-depth study and isn’t something you just sit down and do.
8/2/2010 8:31:35 AM